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These protocols have a serious limitation. Just as the Census Bureau's methods lead to the undercounting of certain population groups, the protocols lead researchers to under-identify whole classes of proteins. But clever strategies to attack this problem are starting to appear. Two papers published this month unveil chemistry-based methods that help recognize phosphorylated proteins.1,2 And a paper published last month presented a process...
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